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The Steps to Justice Teen Workbook
Leutenberg, Ester R.A. and John J. Liptak | Illustrated by Amy L. Brodsky, LISW-S
Bureau For At-Risk Youth / Coil or Looseleaf / 2017-05-01 / 1566889561
Teen / Young Adult / Activities / Handouts / Skills Training
price: $74.95
140 pages
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Justice is a virtue that encourages people to be responsible, evenhanded, loyal, collaborative team members, and leaders in control of personal actions, and/or by influencing others. Exemplifying justice can help teens be more successful at home, in school, in the community, for the country in which the teen lives, at work or a volunteer job, or as a citizen of the world. This workbook will provide insights into what it is like to live a just and fair life.

Each chapter in the workbook is completely reproducible and filled with educational handouts, pre-and post-scales, case studies, group activities, insightful handouts, activities, journaling activities, and inspiring quotations, for facilitators to use with their teen students or clients.

About the Author:

Ester R.A. Leutenberg has worked in the mental health profession for many years as both a publisher and as an advocate for those suffering from loss. She personally experienced a devastating loss when her son Mitchell, after struggling with a mental illness for eight years, died by suicide in 1986. Soon after, as a way of both healing and helping others, with her daughter Kathy A. Khalsa, she co-founded Wellness Reproductions & Publishing and began developing therapeutic products that help facilitators help their clients. They sold their business in 2001 and Ester co-writes with several different publishers. Ester co-authored books prior to 2004 under the name of Estelle Leutenberg.

Ester Leutenberg has co-written the following workbooks to help facilitators help their clients:

Co-written with Kathy A Khalsa, OTR/L:
Optimal Well-Being for Senior Adults I
Optimal Well-Being for Senior Adults II
Meaningful Life Skills for older adults
Life Management Skills series (8 books)
SEALS series for teens (4 books)
The Self-Esteem Program (with John Liptak)
Many therapeutic posters, card decks and games.

Co-written with Carol Butler, MS Ed, RN. C:
Transitional Life Skills for Teens Series
Teens ~ Out of the Box Coping Skills
Teens ~ It's Time to Grow Up
Teens ~ Relationships with People, Places and Things
Teens ~ Accept and Embrace Diversity
Teens ~ Social Skills Strategies
Teens ~ Body Image and Beyond
Teens ~ Positive Thoughts + Affirmations + Positive Actions
Teens ~ Discovering Identity and Moving Towards Independence
Teens ~ Actions and Consequences
Teens ~ Managing Life's Expectations
Motivation - Identifying strengths, interests, abilities, hopes and dreams
Veterans - Surviving and Thriving After Trauma
Interactive Activities and More I
Interactive Activities and More II

Co-written with John J Liptak, EdD:
The Character Building Series (5 books - Humanity. Courage, Justice, Wisdom, and
The Mental Health and Life Skills series (12 workbooks)
The TEEN Mental Health & Life Skills Workbook Series (14 workbooks)
The Coping Workbook Series for Facilitators (12 workbooks)
The Mind-Body Wellness Series - Motivated Behavior Modification (5 workbooks)
Erasing the Stigma of Mental Health through Awareness Series (4 workbooks)
Teens: Erasing the Stigma of Mental Health through Awareness Series (4 workbooks)
Working with Families Series (4 books)

Co-written with Fran Zamore, MSW, ACSW:
GriefWork ~ Healing from Loss Workbook (for adults)
GriefWork for Teens Workbook
The GriefWork Companion Wofkbook
GriefWork Emotions Posters for teens and for adults

Co-written with Sandra Negley, MTRS, CTRS:
Creating a Healthy Balanced Life
Life Skills to Help Teens Balance WAY TOO MUCH!

Co-written with Barbara C. Feinberg, LISW-S, IMFT:
Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Co-written with Carroll Morris:
The Complete Caregiver Support Guide

Ester, a breast cancer survivor since 2003, counsels other survivors in overcoming body and loss issues. Her husband Jay serves as a CASA of Pima County (Court Appointed Special Advocate). They are supporters of The Coyote Task Force of Tucson AZ and Survivors of Suicide, Tucson AZ.

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